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of campaigning. >> challenge for the president. ron brown writes about it this week. what's the message? what's the job creation goal? the big idea for the second term? he writes, today for its one senior democratic close to the white house voters don't know what pam would do. the wedge issues and doubts about romney are helping the president retain some voters who may be tempted to abandon him but obama would be pray playing with fire to say he could hold the voters without a more compelling, specific plan than he's offered so far to improve their lives. what is that plan? >> in order to create jobs a modern economy requires modern investment. speaker gingrich describes himself as a pro growth republican. i describe myself as a pro growth democrat. we need to create jobs. how you do that is innovate, invest in education, invest in infrastructure. >> the government has to spend money on infrastructure in the country. that's a big idea. >> to a degree. you can't do less. how much less do you want for the country? how much less education for the economy? how many fewer bridges can we keep in go
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